Former U.S. Senator urges the Class of 2013 to use their newfound achievement to take on society’s greatest challenges.
U.Va. President Teresa A. Sullivan announced the completion of one of the most ambitious campaigns in American educational history at Sunday’s Final Exercises.
Comedian Stephen Colbert’s Valediction address to a near-capacity crowd at John Paul Jones Arena was a bright spot on a rainy day.
The graduating class also honored top contributors among its own ranks during Saturday’s Valediction ceremony, and the Seven Society presented two awards.
Kelvin Tyree takes patient care to the highest level at the Outpatient Surgery Center.
Pamela Joseph’s longtime knowledge of grants makes her an ideal trainer of others involved in research funding.
Since 2005, Jamie DeVore, an administrative manager in the department of radiation oncology, has approached her work with a seriousness of purpose and a generous spirit.
The inaugural program gave eight potential engineering professors a foretaste of life in academia.
The education expert will discuss humanities and STEM education, innovation and technology in higher education and “the coming culture of accountability in higher education.”
The U.Va. Medical Center has relied on Bill Graves for more than 35 years.
To those she works with, Stephanie Reed works miracles.
“If we could clone Jenny Friend, we could solve the world’s problems,” says Chief Nursing Officer Lorna Facteau.
Every day, patient care assistant Linda Shifflett creates a caring environment for those around her.
The head of Facilities Management’s sign shop takes on all challenges, from last-minute assignments to battling cancer, with a can-do attitude and a cheery smile.
Politics honors student Edward Smith capped his U.Va. career with a thesis that begins with a conversation he had with President Obama, and the conversation continues in recent weeks.
The University of Virginia Board of Visitors meeting on Monday and Tuesday will be webcast live.
The University expects to welcome 30,000 to 35,000 visitors to Grounds to send off the Class of 2013.
Overall minority student enrollment among the first-year entering class is projected to increase from 26.5 percent in the just-ended academic year to 27.5 percent in 2013-14.
Rhodes, Trumans, Goldwaters, Udalls, Marshalls, Borens – members of U.Va.’s Class of 2013 boast a variety of prestigious scholarships, fellowships and research grants.
Fourth-year Batten School student Sheridan Fuller has sets his sights on education reform.